Mythology Trivia Game (2)
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Everything this king touched turned to gold.
The souls of the dead were forced to drink of the waters of forgetfulness in this river in Hades.
This was the Roman equivalent of Zeus.
He was the Greek god of the wedding feast.
This Greek messenger god wore wings on his sandals and cap.
This Prince of Troy was the bravest of the Trojan warriors. He was killed by Achilles.
These three Roman goddesses of loveliness and charm were supposed to be invited to every banquet.
Whoever loosed this knot tied by a Greek king would rule all Asia.
The souls of the dead went to this peaceful and beautiful region full of meadows and sunlight.
This powerful sorceress turned people who looked at her into swine, including the crew of Odysseus.
In art, this god of love is pictured as a chubby, winged infant.
This one-eyed giant imprisoned Odysseus, who put out his eye.
This ingenious inventor designed the labyrinth and was one of the few to escape from it
In classical mythology, these hideous female monsters relentlessly pursued evildoers.
This Valkyrie loved the hero Siegfried until he deceived her.
These creatures were half human and half horse.
He was the Greek and Roman god of wine and revelry.
This goddess of wisdom was the protector of the city of Athens.
She was the Greek virgin goddess of the hunt and the moon.
These twin brothers were raised by a she-wolf. They founded the city of Rome.
He fell in love with a statue he sculpted and Venus made it come to life.
He was the Roman god of the underworld and ruler of the dead.
"Saturday" is named after the Roman god who established a golden age in Italy.
Charon ferried the souls of the dead across this river.
These evil creatures sang in beautiful voices to lure sailors to shipwreck on rocky islands.